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Breadcrumbs, or breadcrumb trails, is a navigation technique used in user interfaces to keep a trail of the navigation path the user took to arrive at the current page. The trail also allows the user to browse to a page higher up in the navigation tree.


Core Features

  • Supports drop-down selection of a deeper path from the current view.
  • Supports images for each parent bar and child bar.
  • Optionally show a drop-down list containing a history of previously visited locations.
  • Supports Office 2007 and Vista visual styles.
  • Supports right-to-left alignment.
  • Supports edit mode for quick navigation.

Visually select the child paths you can take from the current path via a drop-down. Enable right-to-left rendering for cultures preferring RTL.


Right-to-Left support

Enable right-to-left rendering for cultures preferring RTL.


Edit Mode Support

Editable mode allows you to quickly edit the path you are trying to browse to. Autocomplete suggestions while editing make it easier for the user to quickly select the path to browse to.



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GRID

DATA VISUALIZATION

DATA SCIENCE

EDITORS

NAVIGATION

FILE FORMATS

NOTIFICATION

LAYOUT

MISCELLANEOUS

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE

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